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Help SciChart to get on StackOverflow Documentation!


Help SciChart to get on StackOverflow Documentation!

Happy New Year everyone!

I hope you had a wonderful break over the past few weeks and enjoyed ringing in the new year!

Over the holidays we saw this announcement on Joel Spolsky’s twitter feed.


Actually, it’s not that recent but it’s news to us! So we headed over to Stackoverflow Documentation and tried to request adding the tag SciChart. Obviously it would be a great boon for us to have some examples on StackOverflow to assist us with search rankings, as well as give our current & prospective users a platform to share code examples. However, it didn’t work out …


Oh dear … The SciChart Tag on stack overflow only has about 30 questions, and apparently, we need 500 to become eligible for StackOverflow documentation.

Now that should be easy, right? We have somewhere close to 1,600 questions on our Forums and several thousand support tickets, so there are enough users and enough questions!

So here’s the thing. Would you consider asking some questions on StackOverflow for us so we can reach our goal of 500? 

It’s actually very easy to do. Next time you have a question about SciChart, would you head over to and create a question tagged with SciChart?


Our team gets notified when a new SciChart question appears, so we will answer! If not, you can always give us a poke on the support desk or live chat 🙂

Thank you in advance. We really appreciate your advocacy and continued support of SciChart.

Thanks and regards,
[SciChart Team]


By Andrew Burnett-Thompson | Jan 03, 2017
CEO / Founder of SciChart. Masters (MEng) and PhD in Electronics & Signal Processing.Follow me on LinkedIn for more SciChart content, or twitter at @drandrewbt.

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